Event 8: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better

Event 8: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low Split 8-or-Better. Twenty to a Winner

Dutch Boyd chasing his third bracelet

Ten levels of play yesterday wasn't enough to shrink our field to a final table. We only managed to get down to the final 20 players. A lot of yesterday belonged to the emergence of Allen Bari who dominated the many tables he was at at. Tyler Schwecke pipped him to post and and comes back today as chips leader with 452,000 chips.

Bracelet holders Dutch Boyd and Gavin Griffin are still in the hunt along with former November Niner John Racener. We're based in the blue section of the Amazon room until we reach our final table of nine. From there we'll move onto the stage in the Pavillion room and set up on the secondary feature table where we'll play to a winner.

Play will get under way at 1pm. Here's how they line up today:

SeatNameChip Count
1Gavin Griffin346,000
2Ryan Turner257,000
3John Racener264,000
6Can Kim Hua203,000
8Raymond Davis105,000
9David Self269,000
1Daniel Ratigan106,000
3Michael Kleist290,000
4Wellington Draper91,000
5Spanne Joey75,000
7Ashly Butler255,000
8Greg Mascio142,000
9Allen Bari417,000
1Tyler Schwecke452,000
2Herbert Trapscott182,000
3Dutch Boyd149,000
4Bryan Jolly245,000
5Daniel Weinman74,000
6Brian Lives262,000
8Thayer Rasmussen172,000